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Cream City Cycle Club is a Milwaukee-based  bike club with more than 150 active members. CCCC is locally renowned for our schedule of weekly Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday group rides, many overnight camping rides, and our annual Century Classic ride.

For more details on any of these rides, check out the Ride and Event Listings tab!


Chris Kegel, Wheel & Sprocket Legend, Dead at Age 63

Chris Kegel, the humble bicycle mechanic from West Allis who built the Wheel & Sprocket chain into a nationally renowned bike business and in the process became a legend in the cycling world, died Tuesday. Kegel was diagnosed in September with a rare and aggressive form of liver cancer. He was 63.

Kegel was driven by his passion for helping as many people as possible experience the joy of biking.

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Funeral arrangements have been announced for Chris Kegel, the owner of the Wheel & Sprocket chain of bike shops and a nationally-known advocate for bicycling.

His family says a "celebration of Chris’ life" will begin with a reception from 3 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., followed by a presentation at 7 p.m. on Feb. 17th at St. Matthias Catholic Parish, 9306 W Beloit Road, Milwaukee. A funeral Mass will then be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 18 at St. Matthias.

"In lieu of flowers, a tax-deductible donation can be made to The Chris Kegel Foundation," the family said in a statement. "The foundation has been established by the family to continue Chris’ commitment to improving lives by providing greater access to bicycling."

The family also announced that the Wheel & Sprocket stores will close during the services "to allow for family and staff to attend the celebration of life and the funeral Mass," according to the statement.  "All Wheel & Sprocket locations will close at 3 p.m. on Feb. 17 and (will) be closed on Feb 18." Additionally, Kegel’s Inn, will be closed Feb. 17 and Feb. 18, according to the statement.

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 2017 CCCC Camping Ride Season Is In The Works   



We are gearing up for the 2017 camping ride season. At this time we have some great camping rides planned. They are a Self contained ride to Bong Recreational Area  May 18 - May,21, Hartman Creek  June 2 - June 4, Kohler Andrae,  June 23 - June 25, Pardeeville July 21 - July23, Point Beach  August 18 - August 20, and Door County  September 14 - September 17. We have ride hosts for all but one camping ride. It is the Point Beach ride. Anyone interested in hosting it please  give me a call and I will give you all the details. We welcome any other suggestions for new rides to fill in the schedule. All the details about these rides will be posted on the regular ride schedule at a latter date.


CCCC Camping Rides



When space is limited, priority will be given to club members up to 2 weeks before the trip. So, don’t be disappointed. Call the trip leader in advance.


The cost for the camp site will be $5 per person per night for all club members.  Non members of Cream City, Bay View, News Pedalers, or Spring City Cycle clubs will be charged an extra $5 per night for camping. A two night minimum charge will be required, except for the Self-contained riders. 

Please contact Mark Steckhahn for more information. Mark Steckhahn 414-453-6872 or


Ride types

Looped: Also known as car camping. Drive a car or carpool to the chosen campground and put up your tent for the weekend. All Cream City rides start at the campground and loop back to the start.

Self-contained:Carry all your gear with you on the ride to the campground. Everything, clothing, tent, etc. you need for yourself is contained on your bike. (No sags here)

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2016 Weekend Rides


CCCC Website Handy Tip #1

Here's an easy way to open the CCCC Ride & Events Calendar with one click, right from your Windows Desktop. (Sorry, Mac users, you'll have to do this with a Mac function). 

1. Right click anywhere on your PC desktop.
2. Select New > Shortcut from the popup menu.
3. In the Create Shortcut window that opens, in the field labeled "Type the location of the item:     then  enter "" (without the quotes). 
4. Then click the Next button at bottom right of the window.
5. Type a name for the new shortcut, like "CCCC Web Calendar"
5. Click the Finish button at bottom right of the Create Shortcut window.

A new desktop icon should appear where you right-clicked to start the shortcut. Double clicking the icon should open the CCCC Events Grid View calendar for you.

That's it!